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By W Jason Gilmore

ISBN-10: 1893115852

ISBN-13: 9781893115859

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NOTE Recall that PHP4 comes with support for a wide variety of Web servers, including AOL Server, Netscape Enterprise Server, Microsoft IIs, Zeus, and more. However, I will keep the installation process limited to that relating to Apache. net. 12 Gilmore_01 12/5/00 10:22 AM Page 13 An Introduction to PHP Non-Windows Regardless of the installation variation you choose, you’ll need to begin by decompressing the distributions. This is accomplished in two easy steps: 1. Unzip the packages. gz 2. Untar the packages.

Dll file, and you will be prompted to overwrite it. Don’t overwrite the file or copy it. 11. conf file, again opening it up in a text editor. There are a few more modifications that you need to make: 18 Gilmore_01 12/5/00 10:22 AM Page 19 [(H1L)] Look for this line: ScriptAlias /cgi-bin/ "C:/Apache/cgi-bin/" Directly below this line, add the following: ScriptAlias /php4/ "C:/php4/" Then search for “AddType”. phps Keep scrolling down. You will find the following commented lines: # # Action lets you define media types that will execute a script whenever # a matching file is called.

This type of comment is enclosed in C-style comments, denoted with an opening ‘/*’ and ‘*/’. As you can see, multiline comments are useful when you need to provide a relatively lengthy summary of a script or a part of one. What’s Next? This chapter brought you up to speed regarding several key aspects of PHP, namely: • PHP’s history and features • Installation and configuration • “Escaping” to PHP 29 Gilmore_01 12/5/00 10:22 AM Page 30 • Commenting PHP code These topics serve as the introduction to subsequent chapters, where you will learn more about the developmental issues regarding the PHP language.

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